An orgasm (climax) is a very enjoyable release of built-up tension and energy, orgasms are different for everyone.
Some people describe the feelings as a tingle, whereas others describe explosive feelings all over the body. Everybody is different and so everybody will have different experiences!
After a woman becomes sexually aroused;
Remember that everyone is different so you may not experience all of these things
An orgasm should not be the only reason for sex. It is possible to have great sex without an orgasm. It is fun - but intimacy, love, and feeling aroused are more important.
Some people find it difficult to reach orgasm through intercourse alone, some people can only climax through masturbation and some never experience an orgasm at all.
Some illnesses can make climaxing difficult, or you may find it a side effect of a particular medication.
Sometimes the problem can be physical or psychological, you may have worries about your body LINK TO BODY IMAGE or you may think sex has to be perfect and anything less will not do.
It could also be that a bad experience from your past is affecting you or you may have problems in your current relationship.
Seeing your GP, a counsellor or sex therapist may help you overcome any issues.
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